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Pacific Northwest PRINTED ISSUES
020 - Glacier National Park, Montana
(Print with color photos)
High on the ridges of the Continental Divide in northern Montana, a photographer can discover the wild vistas that are all too rapidly disappearing from America. Panoramic landscapes of alpine glaciers, meadows of wildflowers, clear rivers, and waterfalls dropping from hanging valleys are the backdrops for a photographer capturing the image of a bald eagle snatching a salmon from a stream or a woolly mountain goat defying gravity on a narrow mountain ledge. Photograph wolves, grizzlies, black bear, moose, elk, bald eagles, mountain goats, and big horn sheep in northern Montana. Here are the details you'll need: when to go, how to arrive, plus descriptions of all the back roads and trails to spectacular viewpoints and waterfalls. There is information on how to photograph Lake McDonald, the Logan Pass, the Highline Trail, the Hidden Lake Trail, St. Mary Lake, the Many Glacier area, Iceberg Lake (one of my favorites), Grinnell Glacier, and trails in the Swiftcurrent area. Details are included on photographing the remote west side of the park as far north as Bowman Lake and the east side of the park, around the Swiftcurrent area.
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Updated - September 20016 / with color photos
Photograph wolves, grizzlies, black bear, moose, elk, bald eagles, mountain goats, and big horn sheep in northern Montana. This newsletter gives details on photographing Lake McDonald, the Logan Pass, the Highline Trail, the Hidden Lake Trail, St. Mary Lake, the Many Glacier area, Iceberg Lake, Grinnell Glacier, and trails in the Swiftcurrent area.
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Hidden Lake Overlook
Logan Pass Trail
St. Mark Lake
St. Mary Falls
Two Medicine Lake
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